Montana Minor Child Power of Attorney Form


Montana minor child power of attorney form is a legal document that clearly outlines a parent or guardian’s intent to delegate specific decision-making powers related to their child’s well-being and care to another party. Once the form takes effect, this designated individual (the “agent”) assumes the role of a temporary guardian for the child under the specified circumstances. These situations may include administering medication, accompanying the child to recreational activities, or signing school permission letters. Signing and notarizing the document protects the interests of all parties involved and provides a legal framework for the temporary guardianship arrangement.

State Laws: § 72-5-103

Signing Requirements (§ 72-31-305): The parent(s) must sign the document and have it notarized to ensure the form’s validity.